some yield here. those stocks have finally come back down in little, names like procter and gamble, dupont, 3 m, utex, low- beta kind of higher-yielding stocks with a little bit of growth, avoiding the utilities that really don't have much growth going forward. so, if they can throw off 2.5 to 3% yield and grow at about a 5 to 10% rate, i think that is the place to be going forward, at least for the next several quarters. > and what is on your sell list? > > sell list, i think kind of the high-flyer names that have been the big out-performers: look at a stock like amazon, google, any of the names that have really run up big. i think those will be the ones that, if we do fall further, will be the first to crumble. and this p/e expansion on those stocks i think may be unwarranted, especially if we get into a little more inflationary environment. > tim, thank you very much. > > you bet. thanks angie. that's all the time we have for today. coming up tomorrow in movies & money, oscar fallout at the box office. from all of us at first business, thank you for watching, and have a great day!